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Bea Salmon is one of the country's most respected nursing educators. She is now retired but she was one of the ones involved in transferring nursing training from the hospital-based system to the university. Bea Salmon was born in Dargaville but at a very early age she was taken to live on her mothers parents farm in a very remote area in the foothills
of the Ruahine Ranges north of Fielding. Her mother died when she was five and she was brought up by her grandparents. She talks to Neville Glasgow about her career and her beliefs.

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Year 1995

Reference number 17751

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Documentary radio programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Glasgow, Neville, 1930-2019, Interviewer
SALMON, Bea, Interviewee
Radio New Zealand (estab. 1989)

Duration 00:29:26

Date 31 Jan 1995

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